MLK’s Message Is More Radical Than A Day of Service”

Today, many colleges, civic organizations, churches, and schools will celebrate the enduring legacy of Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. by participating in a national day of service. Answering the call of King who famously asked “life’s most persistent question: what are you doing for others,” many will flock to soup kitchens, homeless shelters, food banks, community centers, and more to participate in a day of action with the aim of making our communities and nation a better place for future generations.

As a pastor in Camden, one of America’s most dangerous cities, I encourage community service. In fact, my church has greatly benefited from the benevolence of gracious volunteers who have joined us in civic service projects.

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Ernest Cleo Grant, II

Ernest Cleo Grant, II (@ernestcleogrant) is the Lead Pastor of Epiphany Fellowship Church of Camden, a graduate of Reformed Seminary (D.C.), and is currently completing his Doctorate of Education from Stockton University. He and his wife Sarah have been married for almost a decade and have two children( Amaela and Chancellor). He's an avid reader, a community advocate, and has bylines in The Witness, Christianity Today, The Star-Ledger, Desiring God, and other publications

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